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for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us for others check back with us later for t t t captioning funded by cbs it's friday, july 29th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." and so my friends, it is with humility, determination, and boundless confidence in america's promise that i accept your nomination for president of the united states! >> hillary clinton seizes the spotlight and her party's nomination for president, telling voters it's not just her glass ceiling to shatter. >> when there are no ceilings, the sky is the limit.
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mother, fighter, hero. chelsea clinton makes the case her mom is destined to become madam president. >> that is who my mom is. she's a listener and a doer. she's a woman driven by compassion, by faith, by a fierce sense of justice, and a heart full of love. and hillary was the headliner, but donald trump stages his own after-show, launching a twitter tirade on the heels of saying this about dnc speakers. >> i was going to hit a number of those speakers so hard, their head would spin, they would never recover. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. in accepting the democratic nomination for president, hillary clinton said america is
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facing a moment of reckoning. last night, it was a historic moment. the first woman nominated by a major party for the nation's highest office painted herself as a steady leader. she said donald trump is unfit to hold the office. jamie yuccas is in philadelphia. jamie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. you can see behind me, the big cleanup is well under way right now. but before the night was over, hillary clinton did take the stage and not only would it be her biggest audience yet before the debates, she made sure she laid out her plans for the white house, while attacking donald trump. red, white, and blue balloons rained down on hillary clinton, tim kaine, and their families, moments after the former secretary of state's historic moment. >> when there are no ceilings, the sky is the limit. >> our next president, hillary clinton. >> reporter: clinton, who was introduced by her daughter chelsea, immediately reached out to bernie sanders' supporters
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who repeatedly tried to interrupt her address. >> your cause is our cause. >> reporter: throughout the speech, clinton went back to the night's theme, stronger together, and blasted republican rival donald trump's qualifications to be commander in chief. >> he has taken the republican party a long way from mourning in america to midnight in america. >> reporter: many people who were here inside the arena listening to clinton's speech told us they feel like she understood what is important to them. >> i thought that there was such dignity and class and patriotism that came through. >> reporter: delegates ended the night holding hands and prayer to propel clinton to victory in november. >> that was jamie yuccas. not only did donald trump say that he wanted to hit some of
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the speakers here, he also took to twitter, something he likes to do, and really went on attack saying in one that clinton's refusal to mention radical islam was wrong. in another one, he accused her of being owned by wall street. more than once in her speech, hillary clinton challenged donald trump's ability to hold the nation's highest office. according to twitter the most tweeted about moment was when clinton questioned trump's reliance on twitter, along with his judgment and temperament. >> you really think donald trump has the temperament to be commander in chief? donald trump can't even handle the rough and tumble of a presidential campaign. he loses his cool at the slightest provocation. when he has gotten a tough question from a reporter, when he is challenged in a debate, when he sees a protester at a rally. imagine. if you dare, imagine him in the oval office, facing a real crisis. a man you can bait with a tweet. it's not a man we can trust with no clear weapon.
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i can't put it -- i can't put it any better than jackie kennedy did after the cuban missile crisis. she said that what worried president kennedy during that very dangerous time was that a war might be started, not by big men with self-control and restraint, but by little men, the ones moved by fear and pride. >> well, clinton took swipe after swipe on donald trump, drawing a sharp contrast between her and him. here is cbs news contributor bob schieffer's take. >> what we found out tonight is the way she defined this race, she talked about the economy. she recognized that there is a serious terrorist threat, and she said we could do something about it, working together. this is the town, after all, where they began a famous document, we, the people. and she put it as we, the people, tonight. but here is the thing.
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there is one issue in this campaign, as she told it tonight, one issue, and the issue is simply this -- donald trump. do you want him to be president? >> the speech earned high praise from president obama. he tweeted from his@potus account. great speech, she is tested, she is ready, she never quits. that's why hillary should be our next potus. she will get the twitter handle too. that was the most retweeted from the convention's final night with 44,000 retweets. jamie yuccas mentioned this. in true trump fashion, he responded to clinton's speech almost immediately on twitter. he tweeted six times in the 12 minutes following clinton's speech. hillary's vision is a borderless world where people have no power, no jobs, no safety. hillary clinton's war in the middle east have released destruction. terrorism and isis across the world. and no one has worse judgment than hillary clinton. corruption and devastation
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follows her wherever she goes. chelsea clintn introduced her mother as a progressive and a fighter, driven by compassion and faith. >> people ask me all the time, how does she do it? how does she keep going amid the sound and the fury of politics? here is how. because she never, ever forgets who she is fighting for. she has worked to make it easier for foster kids to be adopted, for our 9/11 first responders to get the health care they deserve, for women around the world to be safe, to be treated
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with dignity, and to have more opportunities. fights like these, they are what keep my mother going. they grab her heart and her conscience and they never, ever let go. >> it's reported that chelsea clinton could have an expanded role as first daughter if her mother wins the election. "the new york times" says chelsea clinton could possibly lend a hand around major events and holidays to help her father with some of the traditional duties of a president's spouse. well, last night, several republicans voiced their support for hillary clinton, including a former reagan white house staffer, and woman who helped start republicans for clinton. >> trump can discount our accomplishments, he can disrespect our abilities, but come november, he cannot disregard our votes. >> if you want a president with
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good judgment, a steady hand and a temperament to represent our nation to the world and our children, i ask you to join me in voting for hillary clinton as president of the united states. coming up on "cbs this morning," more on the democratic convention, including analysis from cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson. donald trump was less than pleased with the democratic convention. speaking in iowa yesterday, the republican nominee said he had heard enough. >> the things that was said about me, i mean, should i go through some of the names? no. you know what? i wanted to. i wanted to hit a couple of those speakers so hard. >> he went on to add there was one speaker in particular who he wanted to hit so hard, his head would schwinn. two san diego police
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officers now are hospitalized after being shot last night. their conditions and the circumstances of the shooting are not known. police say one suspect is in custody and that others are sought. residents in the city's south crest neighborhood are being told to stay inside. a memorial service was held for the three baton rouge law officers killed by a gunman earlier this month. they were gunned down outside a convenience store on july 17th by an army veteran. vice president joe biden spoke directly to the officers' families. >> the time will come when you say to your son, your husband, your daddy, i promise you the time will come when they will bring a smile to your lips, before it brings a tear to your eye. >> authorities say the gunman gavin long was targeting the officers. in poland this morning, pope
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francis visited the german death camp. francis became the third consecutive pope to visit the camp where nazi germany put most of a million people, most of them jews, to death. coming up on the "morning news." front page mistake. "the seattle times" apologizes for showing the wrong clinton on the day of the convention's historic nomination. and melania trump tries to clear the mystery about her disappearing website. this is the "cbs morning news." . but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible. ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow... ♪ i love ya, tomorrow in the largest heart failure study ever. entresto helped more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto with an ace inhibitor or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine,
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website and a front page apology on clinton's nomination. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the seattle times" apologizes to readers for missing a historic moment. the paper did not run a front page photo of hillary clinton on wednesday when she became the first female presidential nominee of a major u.s. party. "the times" used a photo of bill clinton instead. the paper said it focused too much on the live moment and not enough on history being made. "the washington post" reports the disappearance of melania trump's website. she tweeted that the site didn't accurately reflect her current business and professional interests. the site said she graduated from a university in slovenia, widely reported to be untrue. "wall street journal" reports that two girls charged in the slender man case will be tried as adults. wisconsin prosecutors say the girls tried to kill a classmate in 2014 as a tribute to a fictional horror character. the girls were 12 at the time. each faces up to 60 years in
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. a driver from boston blames gps for a highway mishap. the car zoomed off a road wednesday in vermont and landed on a utility wire. the woman told police she swerved when her gps said turn around. no one was hurt. probably didn't get out of a ticket, though. on the cbs "moneywatch," microsoft downsizes and facebook rolls out something special for your first day. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning. stocks ended about where they started as investors listed a mixed bag of company earnings. the dow lost 15 points and s&p gained three and nasdaq rose 15. more layoffs at microsoft.
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the tech giant is cutting 2,850 more jobs and scaled back its smartphone business. over the last 12 months, microsoft cut 9,000 jobs as revenue fell about 9%. amazon posted a record profit for the third straight quarter. the fifth straight quarter in the black. amazon stock rose 2% in after-hours trading. amazon earned 850 million dollars in the second quarter and revenue jumped 31% and surpassing analysts' estimates. a big boost came from amazon web services cloud division. birthday wishes from facebook in the form of a messages that tags wishes and photos. the 45-second video starts with a special birthday cake that opens up to reveal birthday wishes and photos. users can edit any message or photo and share the video with friends or not. those birthday videos begin this week.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ i want to be your lover ♪ a tribute concert to prince will be held on october 13th in minneapolis. his family says tickets will go on sale next month for the event at us bank stadium. no word yet on performers. is there an unemployment office on sesame street?
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bob mcgrath revealed he and two long time performers are off the kids show. also out is emilio delgado and roscoe orman who played a teacher named gordon. the show was on pbs for 25 years. mtv is going old school. beginning august 1st, they will launch a '90s theme show. what they say is eclectic fan mix. the shows include "laguna beach," "beavis and butt-head," and cribs and udaria. you remember those. it was 35 years ago on august 1st that mtv debuted. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on hillary clinton accepting the democratic presidential nomination. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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summer travelers are finding air fare bargains they have not seen in years. kris van cleave looks at the bottom lines for the nation's biggest airlines. >> reporter: planes packed with summer travelers should be a sign of success for airlines, but new data shows the average domestic air fare for the first part of 2016 dropped nearly 8% over last year, falling to the lowest point since 2010. airlines, especially ultra low fare carriers have grown aggressively and expanding capacity just as terror attacks in europe and economic uncertainty in britain and strong dollar and increased competition are cutting into lucrative routes for united, american, delta and southwest, despite the low fuel prices. >> i think you'll see airlines have lower profits than they
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would have expected for the back half of the year and for 2016. >> reporter: josh marks is an airline consultant. >> the major carriers are seeing a lot of competition, particularly on routes, particularly in leisure markets where they had a significant market share before and we are seeing growth by ultra low cost carriers that are offering rock bottom price. >> reporter: on average, vacation fares have dropped 17% since last july. l.a. to paris round trip we went for as much as $1,500 and chicago to san diego rarely dipped below $200 until ultra low fare carriers added service, dropping fares as low as $80 round trip. >> i think for domestic travel, these are the best air fare in five years and for international travel on some routes, the best air fares we have ever seen. >> reporter: the airline businesses is notoriously boom and bust. last year was record profits and
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this year, the airlines are now saying they examine expect to see revenue to decline but still expect to end the year in the black. kris van cleave, cbs news, washington. here is another look at this morning's top stories. hillary clinton accepted the democratic nomination for president. she is the first woman to head a major party ticket. clinton said she is ready to lead this country, while aggressively questioning donald trump's ability to do the job. >> now, donald trump -- donald trump says, and this is a quote, i know more about isis than the generals do. no, donald, you don't. >> clinton says america is at a moment of reckoning and cast the election as a choice between hope or fear. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," charlie talks with former attorney general eric holder about hillary clinton's historic nomination.
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plus, 25 years ago, bill clinton announced his candidacy for president. we will look back at 1991 and the movies and music that made an impact in that era. and hitting the outdoors. we will show you how camping has become popular with millennials. that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,,,
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i'm kenny choi. tgif, everybody! halleluia! it's friday, july 29. i'm kenny choi. >> wow. i'm michelle griego. [ laughter ] >> it's friday. i like it on fridays. we're always excited for friday. >> can i get an amen?
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>> sure. go ahead. [ laughter ] >> i'm telling you, we let him out of the cage. >> it's friday. hey. >> i'm glad you got your breakfast, though, kenny. >> i'm energized. >> all i have to say is choi to the world! it looks like on this friday we're starting off where we left off on our thursday. we have fog at the coast. 49 degrees in pacifica, 57 in oakland. clear scarry skies inland. yes. it is the fifth consecutive "spare the air" day primarily focusing in on the eastern portion of our bay area. san jose topping off at 88. here's elizabeth with traffic. [ pause ] [ no microphone ] >> that on-ramp remains shut down. sorry, i apologizethis is a fatal accident


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